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Going to bed late, and having too few hours of sleep, is a recipe for worrying and having negative thoughts, a new study suggests.
One quarter of the National Health Service's annual budget could end up being spent on settling clinical negligence cases, new figures suggest.
We all know that pure orange juice and other citrus juices are good for us - but they're even better for us than we thought.
An aspirin a day is supposed to be part of everyone's health regime - but that's not true for women under the age of 65 (and we suspect that'sthe case for men, as well), a new study has discovered
A home birth is better for the mother, and just as safe as hospital, new UK guidelines say.
It's been suspected for some time that cholesterol-lowering statin drugs cause cataracts-and now a major new study has almost conclusively proved they do.
Doing mindfulness meditation in a small group is as effective as standard individual therapy for treating depression and anxiety.